GLAMOUR – Can the high street *ever* be sustainable? GLAMOUR investigates…
By Natasha Pearlman
Isn’t it time we all demanded more?
My shopping habits have been known to look something like this: 1. Spot an influencer I follow on Instagram wearing the high street’s latest cult dress. 2. Swipe. Click. Buy. 3. 12 hours later I’m wearing it, maybe even posting about it (if I love it enough). But within a few weeks, it’s in a slightly crumpled heap in my wardrobe, forgotten – at least for the time being. But it doesn’t really matter, because it only cost £35.
This doesn’t mean you only have to wear organic cotton and linen (phew)
Big tech has got designs on our wardrobes – and it’s kind of amazing. Eco Age rounded up some of their favourite new fabrics for us:
ECONYL® by Aquafil – a nylon made from recycled fishing nets and carpets